Messages to the Public
Spectacolor electronic sign
20 x 40 ft.
Truisms, 1977–79
Times Square, New York
© Jenny Holzer, member Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY 

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“White sexual imperialism, through rape and war, created the hyper-sexualized stereotype of the Asian woman. This stereotype in turn fostered the over-prevalence of Asian women in pornography, the mail-order bride phenomenon, the Asian fetish syndrome, and worst of all, sexual violence against Asian women.”

“She warned us against becoming a movement only for white middle class people, this was 41 years ago, and today, so much of the ways in which LGBT equality has played out has been about white middle class people.”

Laverne Cox talking about Sylvia Rivera


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Seriously, Rugrats was not fucking around.

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Racialized space: Whites, Blacks and kidney failure.

By Lisa Wade, PhD

White people should worry about racism.  They should worry about racism because it’s wrong.  But if that’s not enough of a motivation, they should worry about it for their own damn good.  Philip Cohen of Family Inequality shows us how so with a discussion of a recent paper published in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology.

The Figure above illustrates the percentage of black (grey bar) and white (white bar) residents who went into end-stage renal disease (kidney failure; ESRD) before ever seeing a doctor specializing in kidneys (a nephrologist).  As we move from left to right, the zip codes in which patients live becomes increasingly populated by black people.

What we see is that, in any given neighborhood, black people are always less likely to get access to a kidney specialist before their kidneys fail; but also that white people living in a neighborhood with a higher percentage of blacks are less likely than whites in a more white neighborhood to see a specialist.  So much so that whites living in neighborhoods that are more than 50% black are less likely to see a specialist than blacks living in neighborhoods that are less than 25% black.

Cohen specifies that…

…the relationship still holds even when individual socioeconomic status, and local-area socioeconomic status, are controlled. So it’s not just a poverty effect.

Somehow places that are “blacker”, even when they are not poor, are serviced with inferior health care compared to places that are “whiter.”  And everyone suffers for it (though not necessarily equally).

Lisa Wade is a professor of sociology at Occidental College and the co-author of Gender: Ideas, Interactions, Institutions. You can follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

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So a lot of you used to know me by my old URL Slut4Satan, but due to a stalker I had, I had to change my url for safety reasons. I lost a lot of followers because people did not realize it was still me. So I am doing a giveaway for all the people who have stayed with me and still enjoyed my blog, and also hopefully get some people back who I used to be friends with who think I have disappeared.

I am doing a giveaway of some pretty beginning feminist literature, its for people looking to find out more about feminism/relationships/sex positivity. Consider it a starters kit to feminism. Im also including some sexy fun so you can practice your new sex positive attitude <3

  • Full Frontal Feminism
  • What You Really Really Want
  • The Feminist Porn Book
  • The Ethical Slut
  • Double Dong Vibrating Dildo
  • Wanachi Vibrator Wand
  • 4 Trojan Condoms. 2 Her Pleasure. 2 Magnum

In order to enter the giveaway you MUST BE 18+ because of the sex toys.

You must be following me (Im trying to rebuild myself as advice/feminist education/sex education and want to help as many people as possible)

Must Reblog so I can keep track. You can reblog as many times as you like

Winner will be chosen at random using random.org

Contest is open internationally.

Contest ends August 1st

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heteronormativity for dummies or, “why homophobes aren’t the only problem”

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Meh. Bad body image day. Trying to keep this as my mantra.

And PS: If you want a sticker of your own, you can get one at Modern Girl Blitz. :)

“I’m not sure what to think of this designer. His portfolio seems okay, but I’m like 90% sure he’s gay and I honestly don’t have the patience to deal with that in the long-term.”
— A client who accidentally CC’d me in an email to his colleague after inquiring about a project.  (via clientsfromhell)

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“Ugly is irrelevant. It is an immeasurable insult to a woman, and then supposedly the worst crime you can commit as a woman. But ugly, as beautiful, is an illusion. A matter of taste, a whim, an eye, a beholder, an opinion, a spin, light crossing the frame, paint, projection. The moment. Context.”
— Margaret Cho  (via thatquote)

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”The state is currently spending five times more for the education for a white child than it is fitting to educate a colored child. That means better textbooks for that child than for that child. I say that’s a shame, but my opponent says today is not the day for whites and coloreds to go to the same college. To share the same campus. To walk into the same classroom. Well, would you kindly tell me when that day is gonna come? Is it going to come tomorrow? Is it going to come next week? In a hundred years? Never? No, the time for justice, the time for freedom, and the time for equality is always, is always right now!”

wifed up.

The fact she’s not on The same lists as Emma Stone, Emily Blunt and Anne hathaway is all I need to know about Hollywood


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Cool Jesus at Chicago pride

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